Stephen Oyedemi

October 25, 2017

Could the PEBEC be a Game Changer for Entrepreneurship in Nigeria?

By Stephen Oyedemi October 25, 2017 In 2016, when the PEBEC – Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council was launched, there was little hope as to whether its ambitious mission will be achieved […]
October 14, 2017

Criminalizing Opposition Comments in Nigeria is Against Freedom of Speech

By Bola-Ige Alabi-Efeshodiamhe October 14, 2017 With hammer and tongs, the Federal Government of Nigeria is about to criminalize opposition comments in all media platforms in a coined word termed as “hate […]
October 13, 2017

Nigeria’s Growing Debts Will Sabotage Our Future Prosperity

By Stephen Oyedemi October 13, 2017 Over the last few years, Nigeria has consistently passed and implemented budgets with huge deficits. The recurrent expenditure component of the national budget increased from N316bn […]
October 11, 2017

Socialism and African Culture: An Arts Explanatory

By Ally Martinez October 11, 2017 Socialism has mistakenly become pivotal in the discourse around social cohesion surrounding African peoples. Furthermore, it has been deemed a characteristic intrinsic to African culture. However, […]
October 7, 2017

Africa: September 2017 Update

SFL Club in KNUST, Ghana gets inaugurated On Saturday 30 September 2017, Student for Liberty in Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (SFL-KNUST) got inaugurated. The occasion was elevated with an […]
October 6, 2017

Apply to join the ASFL Local Coordinators Training Cohort 2 2017/2018

Are you a a current post-secondary student or recent graduate (not later than three years) and based in any country in Africa? Are you passionate about the concept of liberty? Would you […]
October 6, 2017

Call for Nominations for ASFL West Africa Regional Awards

As we look forward to this year’s ASFL West African Regional Conference in Ibadan, Nigeria, we are glad  to announce call for nominations for our West Africa Regional Awards. This award program seeks […]
October 4, 2017

Improving Land Management in Uganda for Economic Growth

By Allan Sentamu 4 October, 2017 In Uganda, around 20 percent of the total land is registered, which is higher than the average level of 10 percent for sub-Saharan African countries. However, […]
October 3, 2017

Freedom of Expression Under Attack in Algeria

By Anis Bachir 3 October, 2017 I believe that the decline of Algeria from Partly Free to Not Free in the world press freedom index is strongly due to restrictions placed on […]
September 30, 2017

Africa: SFL Eastern Africa Liberty Merit Awards 2017

We are excited to host this year’s EARC in Nairobi, Kenya. As we do it big and better, we would like to announce our latest program to recognise hard-working Local Coordinators (LCs), […]
September 15, 2017

PROPERTY RIGHTS IN NIGERIA; AN UNTAPPED TOOL FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH

By Oyinkan Adebimpe 15 September 2017 “… Law, Liberty and Property are an inseparable Trinity.” – Friedrich Hayek. There are three dimensions to property rights, they are: 1) legal and political environment, 2) […]
September 9, 2017

Africa: August 2017 Update

SAFREECON 2017 Holds in Cape Town, South Africa On the 5th of August, ASFL in South Africa partnered with the Rational Standard – a South African based libertarian website to host the […]